October 5, 2017

Eritrean Delegation Statement UNHRC 68th EXCOM...

Eritrean Delegation Statement UNHRC 68th EXCOM Session – Geneva, 4 October 2017

Madam Chair and Honorable Delegates

My delegation congratulates Madam Chair for your election as chair of the 68th EXCOM session and assures support to your leadership. Our tribute also goes to the High Commissioner, Filippo Grandi for his leadership of theUNHCR. Eritrea also aligns itself with the statement made by the African Group and makes this statement at its national capacity. Read more

September 29, 2017

Secretary-General Meets Foreign Minister of...

Secretary-General Meets Foreign Minister of Eritrea

Secretary General Antonio Guterres meets with Osman Mohammed Saleh, Minister for Foreign Affairs of the State of Eritrea on 27 September 2017 at the United Nations in New York .

September 24, 2017

Address By Eritrea’s Foreign Affairs Minister To...

Address by Eritrea’s Foreign Affairs Minister, H.E. Osman Saleh, to the 72nd Session of the UN General Assembly

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June 14, 2017

Statement of H.E. Ambassador Tesfamicael Gerahtu,...

Statement of H.E. Ambassador Tesfamicael Gerahtu, Head of the Eritrean Delegation to the 35th Session of the Human Rights Council – Geneva, 13 June 2017

Mr. President,
Distinguished Delegates,
Ladies and Gentlemen

In May last month, the Eritrean people celebrated their 26th Independence Anniversary. The celebrations were held throughout the breadth and length of the country, as well as in the Diaspora, with spectacular public events amid undiminished enthusiasm that has few parallels elsewhere. Asmara’s Liberation and Martyr’s Avenues were thronged with tens of thousands of residents during the Carnival Show on May 22nd and the overnight street party on the eve of Independence Day. Read more

June 6, 2017

Message of President Isaias to UN Security Council

Message of President Isaias to UN Security Council

President Isaias Afwerki has sent messages to several Heads of State and Government urging them to use their influences in the UN Security Council to redress the injustices perpetrated against Eritrea.

In his message, President Isaias stressed that the UN Security Council has the obligation, primary responsibility and legal mandate to ensure and promote the security and peace of sovereign countries and thereby guarantee the maintenance of international peace and security. Read more

Asmara’s Art Deco Buildings and the World...


Hundreds Feared Dead, Tens of Thousands Displaced...

Delegation of World Council of Churches visit to...

Seminar on empowering female students

Address By Eritrea’s Foreign Affairs Minister To...